Aquarium External Canister Filters
Fluval Canister Filter
This Fluval 06 Canister Filter system incorporates the most advanced pump and media handling technology presently available. It has numerous user features that permit greater control of both the filter’s interaction with the aquatic environment and the Aquarist’s desire to control water characteristics. Now, more than ever, Fluval Canister filters provide a greater amount of filter media and media configurations than any other comparable filter. A minimum of 4 and up to a maximum of 8 media types may be used in separate compartments, depending on the filter chosen.
The space may be used according to the needs of each individual situation. Fluval filters allow great flexibility to satisfy the many requirements of novice and advanced enthusiasts alike.
Fluval Canister filters improve the way filter media is employed while at the same time dramatically increasing filtration area. Water must pass through all media before it returns to the aquarium. Instead of travelling in a direct path through the media, the water current in the 4th generation Fluval system is actually directed in a complex flow path. This increases the time that water is in contact with Fluval's many filtration media modules. The squared design of the 4th generation Fluvals provides 35% to 55% increased volume over traditional
round containers while improving the water flow characteristics. Fluval filters support a greater mass of filter material. This increases the life and efficiency of the filter system. Maintenance requirements are reduced. General water purity remains constant.
|106||10w||220-240V||480LPH||Upto 100 ltrs|
|206||10w||220-240V||680LPH||Upto 200 ltrs|
|306||15w||220-240V||1000LPH||Upto 300 ltrs|
|406||21w||220-240V||1300LPH||Upto 400 ltrs|
Conventional filters clog more rapidly and do not function as efficiently as Fluval. Fluval's multi-leveled media design forces water into many channels and pathways which increases contact time and thoroughly purifies water. Other filters cannot achieve the same level of
water purity. They cannot successfully increase the flow rate to the levels required to compensate for the lack of filter media volume and contact time. Canister filters are placed below the aquarium, to the side or back of the installation. They do not detract from the beauty of the fish and their surroundings. Fluval filters are ideal for custom situations where remote access to the filtration unit is required.